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re: the correct way to fetch data with react hooks VIEW POST

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Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I learn React and I'm happy to read a practical example, at last. But I have an error when I try to run the code:
'React Hook "React.useState" is called in function "datasource" which is neither a React function component or a custom React Hook function react-hooks/rules-of-hooks'
datasource is my useApi.
Could you help me, please?

 

Hi @shatvani
Where do you call useApi? Inside a Functional Component?

 

Hi,
Yes, from another functional component.
But now I have started a course in Udemy, because it is a hard stuff just to jim in it.
Thank you.

Yes, that makes sense. I guess React does not see "datasource" as a component and therefore you can't use a hook inside of it. But if you lear it bottom up with udemy thats definately a great idea!
Have fun!

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